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's demands. he claims he'll be killed otherwise. al qaeda says it will release weinstein if the united states stops air strikes. it wants al qaeda and taliban suspects around the world to be freed. weinstein work for j.e. austin associates which advises pakistani businesses and government organizations. >>> right now, renewed uncertainty over europe's ability to deal with its debt crisis following elections in greece and france. that hammered stock markets. athens down 8%. asian stocks dropped to a three-length low. u.s. futures also down. >>> and president obama is looking ford working with the new french president, francois hollande. he beat nicolas sarkozy after beating him on controversial austerity measures. he favors a stimulus approach. >>> this morning, prince george's county police are still looking for a hit-and-run driver who killed a man. 28-year-old samuel diaz was crossing university boulevard on saturday when he was hit. police say the driver of a silver suv did not stop after hitting diaz in front of adelphi plaza. pedestrians say there aren't a lot of crosswalks around that a
will wrap up with the traditional flyover by the blue angels. ♪ >>> a special treat from the united states air force band. it paid tribute to fallen service members with a concert last night at the air force memorial in arlington. the show featured soloists from the singing sergeants. i also had the good fortune and privilege to participate in narrating through a couple of the songs there including parts of the constitution. the preamble to the constitution. and president kennedy's inaugural speech. a real treat for me to be able to participate. i appreciate the air force allowing me to be a parliament of that last night. a lot of people turned out. packed house at the memorial for the great performance. >> great. >>> today, first lady michelle obama will begin promoting her new book, her garden book called "american grown." >> she's traveling to new york to discuss her work which is on sale. the book is a look at the white house vegetable garden from eleanor roosevelt's victory garden down through the years. it also shares stories of americans across the country who are actively involved
the united states. it hasn't been seen in japan since the 1800s. really cool. >>> this morning, family, friends, and fans are mourning the loss of disco legend robin gibb. ♪ it's me you need to show >> he founded the bee gees with his twin brother maurice and older brother bary in the 1950s. the trio helped define the disco era with "how deep is your love," "staying alive," "jive talk," and "night fever." the 62-year-old died sunday after a long battle with cancer. the family released a statement asking for privacy during this difficult time. maurice died in 2003. >>> 6:26. 65 degrees. ahead, why the fbi wants you to play spy hunter. >>> plus, it is graduation season. why local college grads may not have to go far to find work. >>> we're following breaking news. police spent the night combing a local neighborhood looking for this boy. >>> breaking news this morning. this little boy is missing. police spent the night combing a local neighborhood with dogs looking for any sign of him. the very latest from that neighborhood ahead. [ siren ] >>> clashes and arrests. thousands of proteste
petraeus. >> there's no question of his aspiration here. he wanted to kill the president of the united states. >> apparently bin laden didn't think too highly of vice president joe biden either. he left the vice president off his hit list. bin laden wrote that biden is "totally unprepared to become president," and he would lead the u.s. into a crisis. >>> this weekend the trial for 9/11 mastermind khalid sheikh muhammad begins at guantanamo bay. hundreds are hoping to watch it live. about 250 family members of 9/11 victims applied for seats to the trial. only six seats are available in the courtroom. they'll be selected by a lottery system. four other men are also facing charges of killing almost 3,000 people in the attacks. more than 200 journalists also applied for clearance to come to the proceedings. >>> 15 before the hour now. today president obama will once again call on congress to keep student loans affordable for millions of americans. he'll talk about affordable tuition with students and parents at washington lee high school in arlington today. the interest rates on millions
. he lists his occupation as prisoner and includes his address at the united states penitentiary max in florence, colorado. he was convicted in 1998 of killing three people and injuring 23 others with a series of 16 mail bombs. kaczynski graduated from harvard in 1962. >>> at least four key witnesses in the trayvon martin shooting have changed their stories. that's according to the "orlando sentinel." the report comes after prosecutors released about half the evidence they have in their second-degree murder case against george zimmerman. zimmerman is currently free on bail for shooting and killing martin back in february. he says he acted in self-defense. >>> the widow of the late joe paterno is about to receive millions of dollars in pension money for her husband's 61-year coaching career. sue paterno will receive a total of $13.had million with an additional payment of $10 million due at the end of this month. the family plans to donate more than $1 million to various penn state charities including to help build a new campus library. paterno died in january, less than three months
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